Oct 12, 2012 7:00pm EDT
to equalize the child labor laws in the u.s. said these kids are not discriminated against. if anybody has any comments on how we could help this particular population of largely immigrant kids but not exclusively, that would be great. thank you. >> on child labor that issue we are focused on and we talked a little bit about it in the report. absolutely and again i think one of the key things they think this report really highlights and really reinforce for us was the issues for kids are not in fact -- we can't just care about the kids education. we have to care about their health care and that is exactly what you said. these kids are working in conditions that we need to address with their child labor laws and we also need to make sure that the education and health care issues for those kids are addressed appropriately many of them are uninsured and some of them have different immigration status and immigration so a lot of different issues that we really need to think about in the country to make sure we are dealing with the whole child in the whole well-being, not just the specific factors.